Since its founding in 1913 Delta Sigma Theta has clearly distinguished itself as a public service organization that boldly confronts the challenges of African Americans and, hence, all Americans. Over the years, a wide range of programs addressing education, health, international development, and strengthening of the African American family have evolved. In realizing its mission, Delta Sigma Theta provides an extensive array of public service initiatives through its Five-Point Program Thrust of Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement.
- ◊ Financial Fortitude
- ◊ Support of Black-owned businesses
- ◊ Saving for my Future – Smarty Pig
International Awareness and Involvement
- ◊ I Can Fly High School
- ◊ Haitian Donations
- ◊ Healthy Lifestyles
- ◊ Breast Cancer Walk
- ◊ Go Red Campaign
- ◊ World Aids Day
- ◊ Social Action
- ◊ Delta Days at the State Capital
- ◊ Delta Days at the Nations Capital
- ◊ Delta Days at the United Nations
- ◊ Voter Education and Registration
- ◊ 2020 Census
- ◊ Bill Analysis
Physical and Mental Health
Political Awareness and Involvement
To implement these projects, the various committees of the Solano Valley Alumnae Chapter are responsible for planning and developing fundraising strategies to finance all chapter programs, projects and scholarships.
After all the business is conducted, the Mission of the Arts and Letters Committee is to stimulate the interest in the arts and other cultural enrichment activities. The Focus is to promote, foster, cultivate, perpetuate and preserve the Arts and Letters of African Americans in Fine Arts, Literary, and Performing Arts.
If you have any questions or would like to partner with Solano Valley Alumnae chapter for a new project, please contact the Chapter President, Rosalind Reid